Nick Anderson for November 21, 2023

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    GOGOPOWERANGERS  5 months ago

    I like to see how climate deniers explain this

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    Fern Rhizome pumping out fiddle-heads  5 months ago

    Do democrats never go outside???

    It’s cold out there!

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    FreyjaRN Premium Member 5 months ago

    So are their consumers.

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    Sun  5 months ago

    Climate Change is a multi-Billion dollar industry, someone’s getting rich from the hoax.

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    Darsan54 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Not all, some of them get elected to the Republican caucus.

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    Jack7528  5 months ago

    Funny, not true but funny!

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    aristoclesplato9  5 months ago

    Mayor Pete said he’s gonna do all he can to make sure we get to Thanksgiving dinner “but we cannot control the weather.”

    So if you can’t control the weather why spend trillions trying to control the climate?

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    IndyW  5 months ago

    This toon is a bit of a stretch. Why aren’t the people cooked then??

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    DrDon1  5 months ago

    Appears that RWNJs cannot recognize ‘using humor to make a point!’

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    preacherman  5 months ago

    That actually sounds good, but not likely. No, while the overall world temps are rising, as I’ve noticed in my lowering energy consumption reports from my electric supplier, there are still locations that will experience great cold weather moments. But, the problem is that as the global temps rise, weather patterns have become more unpredictable. And what weather we do have will likely be more forceful and damaging. Already many insurance companies have pulled out of Florida due to their likely bad weather events. Though we may not have more hurricanes, than in the past, the ones we do have are causing more damage from flooding and they cover a wider range. And though we need to do everything we can to lower our carbon output and CO2 levels, it doesn’t look like we will ever get back to the past weather conditions. The best we can hope for is to adapt to the present situation, though things are going to get worse as there are many fossil fuel suppliers that continue to put profits ahead of good sense.

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    Al Fresco  5 months ago

    Look at all the electricity generated by fossil fuels that no longer need to be used.

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    smartman  5 months ago

    We actually crossed the +2C threshold from the Paris Accord on Friday for the first time ever and years before the scientists thought we would (they thought 2025 or 2030). But sure, all you paid trolls and brainwashed loons keep posting your lies and disinformation on here. We’ll all burn the same because the 1% aren’t going to take you in just because you’re such a good RWNJ and lick their boots. Wildfires, flood water, and droughts don’t check your voter registration before wiping you out. Those same Big Oil companies whose lies you believe knew this was coming for decades.

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